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What is Addiction Treatment?

Addiction treatment is the medical approach to help individuals who are addicted to drugs.

The goal is to help you stop compulsively using and seeking out drugs and alcohol.

Drug addiction rehabs take many different forms and styles.

Each addiction clinic can last for different lengths of time depending on your needs.

To understand what true addiction is, you must live it.

Addiction is not a one-time use disorder.

The disorder is the chronic use of substances that negatively affect your life.

Often addicts suffer from frequent relapses, chronic health, and mental problems.

There are many ways to treat addiction.

Not everyone fits the same mold for drug treatment.

Today there are many options to treat addiction.

Understanding Addiction Treatment

Today that are so many different approaches to help addicts.

The medical community understands that addiction is a disease.

This is not something that someone can willfully stop without help.

Addicts need support from an addiction clinic.

Research shows how the brain changes during addiction.

It affects a person’s ability to think rationally.

Their family and friends may believe that their addiction is a choice.

Stigma from alcohol and drug treatment is a problem for many people.

Those who could benefit from drug addiction rehab do not even seek out help because of this moral dilemma.

Addiction clinics have effective tools to help addicts.

This includes medications that could aid withdrawal symptoms and even death.

When withdrawal has managed the likelihood of a successful outcome is much higher.

Medical Care for Drug and Alcohol Addiction

Understanding how to break the cycle is the first step in recovery. There are so many ways that have proven successful in treating drug addiction. Treating withdrawal symptoms is vital to a safe detox. Many times, in drug rehabs you learn new life skills. Others learn they have other mental health issues in drug and alcohol treatments. Getting to the root of the problem that led to addiction is paramount to living a sober life

Mental Illness and Addiction Treatment

Mental health and addiction stigma impede so many from seeking care. Stigma can reinforce drug use. This shame and guilt play a key role in the vicious cycle that consumes people to continue using drugs. Addiction clinics understand all too well this cycle of abuse. Do not let your fears take control of your emotion and physical wellbeing. Taking care of your mental health is an important part of drug and alcohol treatment.


As with any major decision, it can be a tough choice to choose the right rehab center. If getting off drugs is a matter of life and death, it is not a choice to take lightly. If you are struggling with your use and seeking answers, a treatment program is an answer you are seeking. There are many forms in which you can seek the help you need. Many rehabs work around a schedule that benefits you.

Inpatient Treatment

Inpatient programs for drug and alcohol addiction is an ideal setting for long-term addicts. Here the aim is to reduce your triggers and stress. 24/7 care is important to minimize the negative withdrawal that comes from chronic use. Often in these cases, one cannot simply stop using without experiencing severe withdrawal. Tapering can make a huge difference in your experience at an addiction clinic.

Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient programs are a step down from inpatient. It is also the next part of a comprehensive drug rehab program. You are still treated for your addiction but you continue to work on the underlying conditions that led you to use and abuse drugs. During outpatient care, you participate in different targeted therapies. Many times, you will learn new life skills that will help you when you return to a normal routine. When the day is over you can return home. You can practice your new skills and continue towards the end goal, remaining sober.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing

Addressing past trauma plays a huge role in drug and alcohol treatment. For many people, trauma is the underlying cause that contributed to their use. These are often found during your evaluation. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is a non-traditional form of psychotherapy. The goal is to reduce negative associations with traumatic memories and events. The belief is that you must fully process your past experiences to move forward. You will address the emotions attached to these unpleasant experiences. Negative thinking and feelings are replaced with positive thinking. Successful treatment encourages you to have healthier behaviors and positive interactions. In the end, you will learn how to successfully navigate stressful situations on your own to prevent relapses.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive-behavioral therapy will teach you how to identify and challenge harmful thoughts. During sessions, you learn practical self-help strategies. Cognitive-behavioral therapy is great for everyone. The goal is to challenge the negative thoughts that prevent you from reaching your goals. Additionally, cognitive-behavioral therapy teaches you how thinking affects your moods. You will learn how to think less negatively about yourself and your life.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

Intensive outpatient treatment is a focused outpatient addiction recovery program. It provides a structured intensive level of care. Like the standard outpatient program, intensive outpatient care accommodates your life. Intensive outpatient care can schedule treatment when it works best for you. It can be used as a follow-up to a successful detox. It is often used as a primary form of care.

Payment Information

Do you want treatment but are worried about how you can pay for it? We have a team of financial professionals who provide free insurance verification. We will work with you to determine how to move forward with the treatment in a way that works for you and your financial situation.

How to Get Help

Addiction is a treatable disease. Getting off drugs can be difficult.

For many people, going cold turkey without support is impossible.

If your suffering from drug addiction and need help, call Resurgence Behavioral Health at (855) 458-0050 to schedule your consultation.

You can live your best life, drug-free.

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At Resurgence, we accept most PPO insurance. Verify your insurance now.